Hello Byz. This message is meant as a verbal warning for you.
Many of the edits which you have been making recently on this wiki have been highly disruptive, and haven't complied with the clearly defined rules which we have stated on this wiki. I realise that you have recently fixed the thumbnail issue that I pointed out a little earlier. This is good, however, I have had to add in my own thumbnails and have given you the same edit summary on multiple occasions now. Please be sure that you do this yourself in future. To clarify, any image which is displayed in a gallery, whether that be a page with the Gallery: tag or a gallery found within another page, needs to have a thumbnail. The thumbnail must describe what the image is. Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, you have been uploading a large number of new images to the wiki of late. These images have pertained both to the upcoming game releases (Kingdom Hearts III and Kingdom Hearts HD Final Chapter Prologue) and the more recent releases of Unchained X and the Japanese-only browser-based counterpart. The uploading of the images in itself isn't bad, but the sheer quantity of images that you have then been adding to galleries has been unnecessary. The gallery subsections which we have on our game pages are there for displaying prominent new information which has been announced for that game (this is for games which have not yet been released). Taking Kingdom Hearts III as an example here, the Big Hero 6 concept art is important to have in the gallery, as it showcases an entirely unique piece of information about Kingdom Hearts III that we hadn't heard or seen anything about until its release. The attraction flows and Keyblade transformations on the other hand - whilst they are also new concepts that we have not seen in the Kingdom Hearts series before, having an image of every single new ride of transformation which is released to the public eye is frankly just unnecessary. One image, being shown as an example of the new attraction flow rides, is fine. However, multiple images are not fine. You have had adequate time to become accustomed to the workings of this wiki: what is acceptable and what is not, and you ought to know by now that clogging up the game pages with a multitude of images just isn't correct.
Please take the time to consider how best to alter your behaviour, and then act on whatever decision you make. If the behaviour and actions that you have been displaying continue, then you will put yourself at risk of receiving an official warning.
I don't have anything else to say here. I will leave it up to you to decide whether or not an improvement in your own behaviour and actions is needed. It will then be your decision whether you make changes or not, and accept whatever consequences, whether good or bad, come with that decision.
Why hello there
FinalRest - "I floop the pig!" TALK - 12:03, October 2, 2016 (UTC)
You have messaged me about this previously and I gave you a fair answer as to why we crop images as closely as possible. It's a shame that was not an adequate enough answer for you, but here's a tip: next time you disagree with someone's wiki practices, try initiate a discussion, not send an insult. Our ongoing image improvement project has been a slowly working staple on this wiki for a couple years now, and as one of the original participants in the discussions held on this topic, then one of the founding editors of the image renovation project, and now as an admin, I can assure you that I know what I'm doing.
Now, if you send me or ANYONE else on this wiki a message as nonconstructive and rude as the one you sent me, you will be receiving a warning, as this breaks our "good faith" policy. As Aixon issued you with a warning in the section above this one, and I am issuing a warning here too, this means that a further warning will be your third, which is cause for a block from the Keyhole. And in case you're wondering: yes, formal warnings from staff still count as official warnings, even if they do not utilize the warning template.
Finally, I apologise for taking so long to get back to you, but responding to such an asinine message was not that high on my priority list. Hopefully we can put this issue to bed, and we can learn to co-exist as respectful editors at the Keyhole.